Simple History shows recent changes made within WordPress, directly on your dashboard or on a separate page.
The plugin works as a log/history/audit log/version history of the most important events that occur in WordPress.
Out of the box Simple History has support for:
Posts and pages
see who added, updated or deleted a post or page
see who added, updated or deleted an attachment
Taxonomies (Custom taxonomies, categories, tags)
see who added, updated or deleted an taxonomy
see who edited, approved or removed a comment
get info when someone adds, updates or removes a widget in a sidebar
activation and deactivation
info about added, updated or removed users
see when a user login & logout. Also see when a user fails to login (good way to catch brute-force login attempts).
Failed user logins
see when someone has tried to log in, but failed. The log will then include ip address of the possible hacker.
view details about changes made in the differnt settings sections of WordPress. Things like changes to the site title and the permalink structure will be logged.
when a privacy page is created or set to a new page.
see when a privacy data export request is added and when this request is approved by the user, downloaded by an admin, or emailed to the user.
User Data Erasure Requests
see when a user privacy data export request is added and when this request is approved by the user and when the user data is removed.
Support for third party plugins
This plugin works exactly as intended, enabling me to easily keep track of changes that I make on client’s websites and changes that they make also.